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Poster: Aullere Date: Jan 5, 2009 6:42am
Forum: web Subject: AOL Message Board

AOL decided to get rid of our Message Boards and I am wondering if I will be able to get them off of the Internet Archive? I am searching via the url and nothing comes up. Anyone care to help? Thanks!

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Poster: kustota Date: Jan 5, 2009 7:07am
Forum: web Subject: Re: AOL Message Board

message boards are usually database-driven, so can't be archived correctly.

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Poster: Rako Date: Apr 10, 2009 11:11pm
Forum: web Subject: Re: AOL Message Board

Is there really no way to read the AOL message boards?

I am looking for the AOL Molly Maguire message board at:

aol://5863:126/mB:415656

My computer only recognizes http:// !

I use Mozilla, and heard I have to set up my browser in a special way to read it.

What does the aol:// mean, and how do I find things that use it?

If you can please give me the http:// equivalent, I can plug it into on Archive.org!

The forum has alot of important history information that is not available elsewhere. Can you please help?

Hal Smith

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